Dr. Christina Carew is a naturopathic doctor who practices strategic functional medicine in Toronto.  A published author and researcher, she is a lifelong scholar always looking synthesize and combine new research and information into her clinical tool box. As a medical investigator, she focuses on finding the biomedical reasons for symptoms that are often unique to each patient. Christina’s journey to naturopathic medicine was inspired through working within the teen mental health space.  Her goal is to be a catalyst in helping clinicians reframe how they think about mental health and approaches to treatment. Her practice goal is to help patients remove the obstacles that stand in the way of living a healthy vibrant life. Christina focuses on empowering patients to make informed decisions on their health journey but focusing on the need for individuality in treatment approaches and teaching patients how to listen to their own bodies.  

Learning Points:

  • Why mold grows
  • Where you can find mold in your lives
  • Health issues associated with common molds


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Every Tuesday from 11am -12pm I host The Health Hub, an interactive, forward thinking talk show on Radio Maria Canada.   Call, tweet or email your questions as together we explore health issues that are relevant to you from new and innovative points of view.

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